Dermatology

Regular sunscreen use slows skin aging, study finds 
Regular sunscreen use slows skin aging, study finds
In addition to helping prevent skin cancer and sunburn, a new study says sunscreen can also keep you looking younger.
Redheads at risk for melanoma even if they stay out of the sun 
Redheads at risk for melanoma even if they stay out of the sun
Researchers studying pigment in hopes of finding a way to help reduce melanoma risk.
New proposal raises awareness on tanning bed risks 
New proposal raises awareness on tanning bed risks
The Food and Drug Administration has proposed new regulations that will require companies to provide more information about the risk factors of tanning bed usage.
Allergies in kids on the rise, says new report 
Allergies in kids on the rise, says new report
Food and skin allergies are on the rise among American kids but the reasons aren’t clear.
Can skin cancer put you at risk for other cancers? 
Can skin cancer put you at risk for other cancers?
According to new research, people diagnosed with certain forms of skin cancer could be at risk for developing other cancers in their lifetime.
Many skin cancer survivors going unprotected, says study 
Many skin cancer survivors going unprotected, says study
Even after surviving melanoma, a new study finds that some of those survivors are still using tanning beds and skipping sunscreen.
Is it a rash or psoriasis? 
Is it a rash or psoriasis?
It’s not a common skin condition, but it can be uncomfortable or even painful. Learn the warning signs—and the treatment options—for psoriasis.